The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1951 Page: 3 of 6
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1951
THE ARCHER COUNTY NEWS
Of Archer Ledge No. 708
A. F. & A. M.
1st and 3rd Tuesday each month
All Masons Are Invited
E. D. Jones. W. M.
C. C. Conner, Sec.
COURT HOUSE RECORDS
W. H. F. Mahler, et ux, to B.
L. Mahler, park of I Kornicky
Sur. No. 12. Abs-t. No. 244, H. H.
Kirk Sur., Abst. No. 250.
Carl Coffman, et ux, to Leon
Groves, S 80 ft. Lot No. 1, Blk.
WHEREVER YOU GO . ..
INSURANCE TRAVELS WITH YOU
IF YOU HAVE AN ACCIDENT,
CAN YOU AFFORD THE
For . .
TRIGG INSURANCE AGENCY
Nc. 127, Addn. 4'E” to Archer City.
W. F. George, et ux, to Cath-
erine George Knox, et al, 2.
1. E. 1-2 of Sec. 3, Blk. 4, H&TC
RR Co. Abst. 208;
2. Sec. 5, Blk. 4 H&TC RR Co.
Abst. No. 209;
3. Sec. 9. Blk. 4, H&TC RR Co.
Abst. 211; • .
4 Sec. 13, Blk. 5, H&TC RR Coi
5. Sec. 4. Blk. 4, H&TC RR Co.
::C. Sec. 6, Blk. 4, H&TC RR Co.
7. NE 1-4 Sec. 8, Blk. 4, H&TC
RR Co. Abst. 1223.
5 W 1-2 Sec. 10, Blk. 4, H&TC
RR Co. Abst. 945 1213.
9. S 1-2 and NW 1-2 Sec. 14,
Dlk. 4. H&TV RR Co. Abst. 791.
10. Part Jno. Slayden Sru. Abst.
11. Part Blk. cf Sub. Palo Pinto
12. Part of Carey White E t.
D. H. Waehburn et- ux tc- Robert
L. Tedrow, Lot No. 2, Blk. No. ,103,
Aadn. “B” Archer City.
Lula Kell, et al, to Mrs. Wilma
Renee Fowler, Lots No. 1 to 12,
Biic. No. 43, Lc-ts Nos. 1 to 15,
Bik. 54, Holliday, Texas.
S. C. Newman, et ux, to Chas.
Martin, et ux, Lots Nos. 3 and 6,
Bik. No. 1. Burkett Addn. to Ar-
Oil And Gas eLases
J. A. Yeung, et ux, to M. W.
Blair, et al, S 1-2 of Wr 160 acres
of TE&L Co. Sur. No. 2432, Abst.
Gus G. Lauster Ind. and As
Aity-in-Fact to L. V. Fitzwater, E
80 acres of S 160 acres of W 1-2
of Sec. 3, BBB&C RR Co. Abet.
Gus G. Lauster, Ind. and As
Aity-in-Fact to L. V. Fitzwater,
E SO acres of N. 160 acres of W
1-2 of Sec. No. -3 BBB&C RR Co.
Abst. No. 51.
Tommie M. Black. Ind. and
Ind Extr. to Aure Campbell, N
100 acres c-f S 200 acres of A.
Anns Sur., Abst. No. 5.
R. T. Blakely, et al, to Guy J.
Brown, 40 acres off E side of Blk.
26. Lea. 3, Denton County School
J. R. Jackson, e: ux, to Guy J.
Brown, Lots 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9
snd N 1-2 of Lots No. 10 11 and
12, B!k. No. 8, Holliday.
Trey Hc-mer Pendergrass and
S^rR.CRSWandlndSR cmfwy m m
NOTICE TO DEBTORS
To those indebted to, or holding
claims against the estate of Ru-
dolph Alois Horky, Deceased.
The undersigned, having been
appointed Executor of the Estate
of Rudolph Alois Horky, Deceased,
late of Archer County, Texas, by
the Judge of the County Court of
of Archer County. Texas, c-n the
3t)i.h day if July. 1951, hereby
notified all persons indebted to
said estate to come forward and
make settlement, and those having
cia ms against said estate to pre-
sent the same to- him within the
time prescribed by law at his res-
idence, Megargel, Texas, where he
receives his mail this 30 h dav of
WILLIE ALOIS HORKY
Executor of the Estate of Rudolph
Alok Htrkv, Deceased.
Myna Mae Powers, city.
Flem Noel Poutsky, Holliday,
and Arlire Elizabeth Wolford.
Robert Earl Rhoades ar.d Mar-
!an Ann Todd.
Charles H. Tanner, city and
Ruby Fay Midaaugh, Olney.
FOR SAL E—Trailer dolly.
Sieve’s Outboard Motors. 32-3tp
FOR SALE—Whirlwind Terrac-
er Good condition, very reason-
able. J. O. Kut.kel, south Archer
Co., b miles north of Olney Cot-(
tmiHood Gommur.ity. 32-ltp
6C Per foot 6C
UNTIL AUGUST 10th
Must move to clear room for new stock
1x8 FIR SHIPLAP
Also Other Values Reduced
This Lumber Suitable for Most Repair
and New Work
Archer City, Texas
SEE US for cleaning, pressing,
laundry, alterations, buttonholing,
belt and buckle covering. Rite-Way
Sub-station in Archer City. 32-4tc
FOR SALE—83 pure bred white
| leghorn pullets. 4 months old. $1.50
! each. Call 1610F-13. 31-3tp
FOR RENT—3-roc m furnished
apartment. Mrs. Sam Ballard,
Pnone 58. 30:fs.
FOR SALE—Open-face China
or bookcase. Natural finish wood.
Mrs. Chas. Stewart, tel. 1. 29-tfc
Cream Style Corn
III Sunshine Marshmallows
Nabisco Vanilla Wafers
Nabisco Graham Crackers
FOR SALE—big heater, 35,000
btu, $17.50; bath stove. 13,000 btu,
Ss.OO; living room suite (makes
bed) $22.50; Congoleum rug. 9x12,
$3.30; Simmons youth bed. $40.00;
small stove, $4.00. John Swenson,
8 oz pkg 17c
\ ft 25c
Kitch-N-Kraft Fr. Blackeye Peas No. 2 can 16c
No. 300 can 13c
Stokely’s Honev Pod Peas
Old Bill Vienna Sausage
Gulf Spray qt 49c
No. 303 can 22c
12 oz can 49c
2 gal 35c
Red Ball Distilled Vinegar gal 51c
Sure-Jell box 13c
Vacu-Seal Lids doz box 14c
Ci isco 3 ft can 95c
Folger’s Coffee ft 85c
FOR SALE—Servel Electrolux.
Good condition. Lee Clifton, tel.
FOR SALE—1930 Chevrolet
! | pick-up with steel cattle stakes.
[ I Guy M. Baggett . 26-tfc
FOR SALE—one 80x110 lot on
South Center Street Tel. 31919
Wichita Falls after 7 p. m., or
102W, Archer City. 24-tfc
HAVING . . .
Pat Check It
PARTS FOR ALL CARS
PATS AUTO SUPPLY
LOST—Rear fender skirt from
1949 Oldsraobile somewhere in
vicinity of Archer City. Tel. 45
Murphy Chevrolet Co. 24-tfc
LUZIER’S Fine Cosmetics and
perfumes. Call Beulah Strawn,
LEMONS lb 15*
SEEDLESS GRAPES lb 19*
BANANAS 2 lbs 27*
RED POTATOES lb 5*
DULANY TURNIP GREENS
DULANY GREEN PEAS
DULANY CUT GREEN BEANS
OLD SOUTH ORANGE JUICE
16 ounce package 39*
DOUBLE GREEN STAMPS
* STAR SLICED BACON TRAY
COWBOY SLICED BACON LAYER
RATH S READY-TO-EAT PICNICS
4 to 6 lb suses—lb 49*
SLICED LUNCHEON MEAT
Whole lb 59* Cut up lb 65*
SLICED AMERICAN CHEESE
BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK
BEEF RIB CHOPS
BEEF CHUCK ROAST
BEEF SHORT RIBS
FRESH GROUND BEEF
FOR SALE—Car undercoating.
Perry Pittman Company.
FOR SALE—3 Alpine air con-
ditioners. See Luther Wakefield.
SERVICE—Call collect for ser-
vice on all makes typewriters, add-
ing machines, cash registers. Sales
and Service. Located at Jay’s Neon
Lighting, business No. 4, residence
I No. 467, Olney, Tex. 20-tfc
Water or oil well drilling to 760
feet Len Martin, phone 546W, Box
809, Jacksboro, Texas. 20-tfc
Tank cleaning, road oiling, cir-
culating oil in tanks. Call Roscoe
Whitaker, 37J, Archer City. 15-tfc
Hardy Gage Tank Trucks—
Drinking and drilling water, pro-
duction hauling, tank cleaning and
read oiling service, phone 11, Ka- j
may, Texas, Box 11. 19-tfc j
FOR RENT—office apace, re-
cently remodeled. See Jimmy Hor-
All Parts and Labor
MOTOR TUNE UP FOR
BETTER ECONOMY and SAFETY
\f^ CREAMED I
wimut |2 0US*
Its distinctive flavor and richness
are unsurpassed! Delight your
family—serve It often!
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The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1951, newspaper, August 2, 1951; Archer City, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth708480/m1/3/: accessed March 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.